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Employment and wellbeing support delivered by Specialist Autism Services

3 Sep 2021,


Specialist Autism Services ESF part funded Employment and wellbeing support programme delivering in the Leeds and Bradford district. 

The workshops are currently being delivered both via Zoom and building based in Leeds and Bradford to support individuals (15+) with autism to explore employment in a variety of ways building on skills, experience, social skills and self-esteem in an autism-friendly way. 

We offer FREE employment focused workshops, wellbeing and communication workshops, self-employment workshops and soft skills development workshops.  These variety of workshops are delivered in a non-pressured way to support each individual with their individual goals. 

The employment-based support is fully funded and no additional costs/funding is needed for individuals.

The main requirements for our employment support are: 15 + with a diagnosis or seeking a diagnosis of autism/Asperger's, not currently employed and lives in the Leeds or Bradford district.  

You can read our Employment Hub leaflet here

If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact the employment team.

To make an enquiry or referral please use the links below.


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